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Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by DEFUNKTED, May 7, 2006.
Has anybody seen this bass instruction book by Noel Redding?
Is it good?
I just Googled "Noel Redding" and then "instruction book" within that search.
Seems like he never wrote one. Lots of CDs and sheet music books. Google is a wonderful thing...you should try it.
Ya, Redding played guitar mainly, so I don't really understand why he would right a bass book.
My bad, it's actually called The Noel Redding Bass Method:
I would like to hear this revolutionary stuff. I wouldn't bother with this.
The revolutionizing of bass was a really funny thing to put in there. For one Hendrix wrote all the bass parts and two Noel didnt even like playing bass when he was in Hendrix's band. It was always noted that he was jealous of Hendrix's guitar playing .
I would pass there was nothing revolutionary about Redding's playing and I grew up listening to Hendrix and saw him in concert. Redding was a guitar player coerced into playing bass and went back to guitar after Hendrix. You had Hendrix coming up with lines and they were produced by a bass player Chas Chandler.